Uprising Shakes Iran Regime's Foundations: A Significant Step Toward Eventual Downfall

Uprising Shakes Iran Regime's Foundations: A Significant Step Toward Eventual Downfall


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Uprising Shakes Iran Regime’s Foundations details the November 2019 uprising in Iran which engulfed 200 cities in all 31 provinces of Iran; over 1,500 people were killed & over 12,000 arrested. It explains why these protests are different than the 1999, 2009, and 2018 protests as this one is about regime change where the youth and the poor are revolting.

The book chronicles the level of repression used by the regime as the IRGC was opening fire on unarmed demonstrators who were seeking their rights and dignity. The protests, largely against corruption and lack of freedoms, has all the signs of a continued uprising until the regime is brought down.

Names and pictures of 92 of the perpetrators of murder and killings are included in the book which is rich in information as well as analysis about what actually happened during the protests and what is ahead.

The book also contains names of hundreds of the victims, among them teenagers, who were murdered during the uprising.

Uprising Shakes Iran Regime’s Foundations also has specific recommendations for the international community on how to deal with this situation.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781944942366
Publisher: National Council of Resistance of Iran-Us Office
Publication date: 12/17/2019
Pages: 92
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.25(d)

Table of Contents

Executive summary

Chapter 1 — Events on the ground

- Slogans

- Impacted cities and provinces

- Khamenei orders massive crackdown k 1029 killed and still counting

- People react to barbaric crackdown

Chapter 2 — Regime’s stance on the MEK’s role in the uprising

- Overview

- In their own words

Chapter 3 — Suppression and the regime’s crimes

- Overview

- Red alert mobilization and organizational chart

- “Controlling Riots and Protests”

- Command and Control Headquarters

- Wireless communications reveal regime’s inability to curb protests k Massacre in Mahshahr

Chapter 4 — Regime officials involved in suppression of the uprising

- Introduction

- Who’s in charge?

- Tehran Province

- Kurdistan Province

- Khuzestan Province

- Kermanshah Province

- Fars Province

- Isfahan Province k Alborz Province

Chapter 5 — Main takeaways of the November uprising

Chapter 6 — What should be done?

Appendix: Partial list of those fallen for freedom

List of publications

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